IDN Summit – Transformations Track Audio Recording

Monday, April 16, 2018
blockchain healthcare
According to research conducted by the University of Chicago, the healthcare industry will see a 21% increase in IT jobs by 2020, as technological advances increase the demand for the use of health informatics, mobile technology, cloud systems, and digital diagnostics.  Advanced technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning are game-changers and can now be used for more secure services, enhanced patient care, better diagnoses, improved supply chain management, and more.  These technologies have the potential to save time and minimize the potential for added costs and human error, but is your organization ready for the transformations they are sure to bring as we enter the digital age?
Technological breakthroughs are revolutionizing the way healthcare is being delivered and the quality and accuracy of that care.  But technology affects much more than just the delivery of care.  Healthcare workers want to know how technology change their jobs and how to prepare for those inevitable changes.  How can you stay abreast of these changes when technology advances are being made at an incredible rate?   What is the potential for additional regulations resulting from the use of these technologies and how can your staff be prepared to meet them?  Chris Holt will discuss how many of these technologies will be impacting the healthcare supply chain and how you can prepare your organization to capitalize on their potential.
Deloitte executives estimate that the healthcare industry will see an aggressive deployment of blockchain, with nearly 35 percent planning to deploy some usage of blockchain in 2018.  One of the primary benefits of blockchain is its security for recording and tracking assets.  However, blockchain is also improving patient safety through the tracking and tracing of regulations of pharmaceuticals and better management of patient records.  For some though, it’s still a foreign language. John Bass will discuss the steps necessary to roll out blockchain with little to no disruption and with C-Suite and staff engagement, understanding and support.  Hear lessons learned and tips for putting blockchain to work for you in your efforts to improve operational efficiency and profitability.  Leave this session with a better understanding of just what blockchain is and what it can do for you.
Learning Objectives: 
1. Describe how to develop strategies for implementing new technological advances in your organization.
2. Discuss what impact changing technology will have on patient care, record keeping, and healthcare careers.
3. Identify three ways that blockchain can improve workflows.

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